Out of the ashes...

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by RustangJeeTee, Jan 20, 2016.

  1. RustangJeeTee

    RustangJeeTee New Member

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    So my 95 getting totaled out wasn't so bad after all. I took what they gave me and put it down on a Challenger. It's the first time I've ever owned a car from this century...
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    Not too shabby man! I don't like to admit it but these challengers are pretty badass. Is it a 6 speed hemi?
     
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    Anything post 2005 beats driving an old SN. Nice pick up man, enjoy it.
     
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    Yeah. Leather and nav.

    Thanks, I won't have any problem enjoying it for sure, until payment time comes around. It's affordable, but I'm stingy.
     
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    white95 Apex Junky Admin

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    Cool, does it feel as big as it looks? Seriously, I've never talked to a Challenger owner.
     
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    evilcw311 Most Evil Mod! Staff Member Staff

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    Looks good!!!

    I love the look of the new challengers, I just wish they weren't so big and heavy. Especially in the arse


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    it drives so much better than I expected it to. Very little body roll. There's so much space inside but it doesn't feel huge. I think that has something to do with the seating position, though. I feel more confident in it than a Camaro of the same year.
     
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    :)


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    Welcome to the dark side
     
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    Nice car man! Way to trade up, if I had to get another make it would be a Charger or Challenger

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    Is it that the Challenger is huge, or that the SN's are tiny?

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    You're right, it's huge.
     
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    That's what she said.......... Lmao


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    I think that has always been my problem with them is just too dam big